WHERE IN METRO MANILA: Make your own pancake at Slappy Cakes

Do you love pancakes? This is for you. Enjoy cooking your own pancake right at your table.

What sets Slappy Cakes apart from any other breakfast restaurant is that there are griddles built into each table.

The first thing to do is to CHOOSE A BATTER. The pancake batters come in different variants like buttermilk and whole grain at P225, chocolate, vegan and peanut butter at P260.

A squeeze bottle holds enough batter for five regular pancakes.

Next, PICK SOME FIXINS like coconut at P40, chocolate chips and bananas at P45, apples and mangoes at P60, raisins, blueberries, nutella at P75.

Then, ADD SOME TOPPINGS. Choices are cherry syrup and whipped cream at P40, maple syrup at P45, honey at P50, apple sauce and chocolate sauce at P60, spring onion sour cream at P70, creamy peanut butter and lemon curd at P80.

Slappy Cakes has a lot of savory like peanuts at P40, salted duck egg and spring onions at P45, cheddar cheese and assorted mushrooms at P70, cashew nuts at P75, sausage, white cheese and bacon at P80, and chorizos at P85.

Here are some popular combos, just pick a batter and a combo: (1) blueberries and lemon curd, (2) bacon and spring onions sour cream, (3) bacon and maple syrup, (4) bananas and coconut, (5) chocolate chips, bananas and whipped cream, (6) nutella and bananas, (7) spring onions, assorted mushroom and white cheese, (8) coconut, white cheese and salted duck egg.

Slappy Cakes also offers plates and drinks.

Let's take a look at their menu.

Their soups and salads are priced at P225 to P295. You may try their soup of the day at P180 or the 'not your classic Caesar salad' at P380.

On English muffin and breakfast potatoes, get a taste of Slappy Benedict at P380, Seasonal Vegetable Benedict at P280 or Pork Belly Benedict at P350.

Since opening in 2009, Slappy Cakes has become one of the most popular breakfast spots in Portland, Oregon, USA. Here in the Philippines, the restaurant offers Slappy Happy-Noy, the Slappy twist on the classic Filipino breakfast with two eggs to garlic, rice and mango salad.

You may also try their desserts like pancake sundae (P360), bananas foster (P200), mixed fruit plate (P150), mango cheesecake (P225), slappy pudding (P225) and ice cream (90), a scoop of vanilla, chocolate or strawberry.

Slappy Cakes also brings Portland's signature drinks - Slappy Screw, Whiskey for Breakfast, Vodway, Go Gingy Go, Simply Splashy and Mango Mojito. All at P200.

If you want alcohol-free drinks, Slappy Cakes offers Zero Proof - Cucumber Line Aide, Kiddie Kremecycle, Cranberry Cooler. All at P190.

Slappy Cakes adds shakes, smoothies, juices and burgers to its menu.

Visit Slappy Cakes at New Eastwood Mall (Unit 1880-5, Ground Floor) and SM City North EDSA (Second Floor, The Block).

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